Ride the Rockies, the annual cross-state bicycle tour, will start this year from Carbondale, the Denver Post, which sponsors the ride, announced over the weekend.Carbondale will turn into a base camp of sorts on Saturday, June 11, for the launch of t …Read More »
A big second-half run and a stifling defense led the Rifle Bears girls basketball team to a 47-28 win, Saturday, on the road against the Glenwood Springs Demons in a 4A Western Slope League rivalry matchup.Holding a 23-13 advantage at the half, the B …Read More »
NEW CASTLE — The town’s only full-fledged saloon, one steeped in history and some controversy, will continue to operate, following Town Council’s approval last week of a liquor license to new business owners.Council, acting as the local liquor licens …Read More »
Although he tried to go about it as “just another day,” Roland Klocker admitted on Jan. 28 that he was a bit nervous.It was his last day working for the city of Rifle Operations and Maintenance department — a conclusion to a career of more than 40 ye …Read More »
Every day, a facility on the outskirts of Grand Junction takes in 8 million gallons of what people have flushed down their toilets and washed down their sinks. The water coming out the other end of the Persigo Wastewater Treatment Plant is cleaner th …Read More »
After 20 years in limbo, a stretch of canyon southeast of the Flat Tops Wilderness is getting a fresh chance for federal protection.In 1995 the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service deemed Deep Creek eligible to be designated a Wild and S …Read More »
A 44-year-old New Castle man landed behind bars after a string of attempts to contact his former girlfriend, who had a protection order against him, according to police.On Nov. 30, a judge issued the protection order telling the man not to contact hi …Read More »
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